In our latest Mobility Basics post we examine the host-based approach to paying expatriate salaries, looking at when and why it should be used.
Monitoring salary trends around the world is important for managing pay for your both local and internationally mobile employees. Here we report on the key findings from this year's Salary Trends Survey.
Here are some of the reasons international businesses choose to partner with ECA to ensure successful assignments and an effective mobility programme.
We have looked at the common difficulties that arise when moving staff out of low paying countries into high paying ones and the potential solutions to the problems it can cause.
UK professionals are expected to receive a 1.1 percent real salary increase in 2020, equating to approximately £334.62pa on average.
The average real salary increase in China is forecast to be 3.6% above inflation in 2020, down slightly from 3.7% in 2019.
The average real salary increase in Hong Kong is forecast to be 1.4% above inflation in 2020, up from 1.0% in 2019.
The average real salary increase in Singapore is forecasted to be 3.0% in 2020, down from 3.3% in 2019.
Ahead of Brexit, we have outlined and explained the key issues that global mobility professionals will need to consider before the UK leaves the European Union.
Global mobility professionals are increasingly looking at different ways to compensate their expatriate populations. One method that often attracts a lot of attention is the local-plus approach.